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Several Chinese property developers on Tuesday denied a state media report accusing them of failing to pay land taxes, saying it was a “misunderstanding.”
Stan Shih (施振榮) yesterday responded to critics of his return to the helm of beleaguered Acer Inc. by stating that he is still capable of facilitating innovation.
Compared to those from other Asian countries, Taiwanese investors are the most active, investing in the most asset categories and regions, according to a survey conducted by Eastspring Investments (瀚亞投資).
China's commercial hub Shanghai began carbon emissions trading on Tuesday, as the nation which is the world's biggest carbon emitter expands a pilot scheme.
Taiwan's industrial production index for November could post zero growth, as the economy is growing at a slower-than expected pace, a think tank said yesterday.
The Council of Labor Affairs (CLA) said yesterday that 51.2 percent of the nation's workforce had the experience of working overtime in 2013, and 28 percent of those cases were unlawful.
Consumer electronics companies are getting ready to boot up the annual IT Month, a countrywide consumer electronics fair which this year will center on the latest in health and “smart” wearable technology.
The U.S. dollar fell against the Taiwan dollar Tuesday, shedding NT$0.023 to close at NT$29.652 as a rising local market boosted demand for the local currency, dealers said.
Shares in Taiwan extended their gains Tuesday as buying rotated to the bellwether electronics sector, with large-cap high-tech stocks the chief focus, dealers said.